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Robert Fulghum

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Yelling at living things does tend to kill the spirit in them. Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will break our hearts...

— Robert Fulghum


Above all, if what you've done is stupid, but it works, it ain't stupid.

— Robert Fulghum


If you tell people you talk to God, they'll think you're religious, but if you say God talks to you, it's ten to one they'll think you're crazy.

— Robert Fulghum


The heart will turn to a prune if love is always by the numbers. How will you know if someone really loves you if they only meet your expectations and not your needs?

— Robert Fulghum


The gift was not large as money goes, and my need was not great, but the spirit of the gift is beyond price and leaves me blessed and in debt.

— Robert Fulghum

#debt #gift #thankful #money

As one old gentleman put it, " Son, I don't care if you're stark nekkid and wear a bone in your nose. If you kin fiddle, you're all right with me. It's the music we make that counts.

— Robert Fulghum

#fiddle #music #what-matters #music

Wherever and however any one of us may be conceived, it is the same. We come into being in the arms of God.

— Robert Fulghum

#religious #inspirational

Don't Believe Everything You Think!

— Robert Fulghum

#inspirational #slice-of-life #spiritual-growth #humor

About winning and losing: It isn't important, what really counts is how you play the game. About playing the game: PLAY TO WIN!

— Robert Fulghum


Always trust your fellow man. And always cut the cards. Always trust God. And always build your house on high ground. Always love thy neighbor. And always pick a good neighborhood to live in.

— Robert Fulghum

#trust #love

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Eventually his books of essays were transformed into two stage productions. Negotiations are under way for further publication in Europe in Spanish Italian and German. His prose style is very simple and direct and finds life-affirming maxims in such mundane matters as zoos leaf-raking and dusting.

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